Jack Taylor presents a $50,000 gift from his Alexandria Toyota/Scion to Beth Lovain and Cindy Anderson to expand his long-term support of the Scholarship Fund of Alexandria.
At the Scholarship Fund of Alexandria’s Annual Breakfast, Jack Taylor of Jack Taylor’s Alexandria Toyota/Scion surprised the crowd with the announcement of a gift of $50,000 in honor of T.C. Williams High School’s 50th anniversary. This gift is in addition to the $25,000 he gives annually for the car raffle.
According to Scholarship Fund of Alexandria’s Executive Director Beth Lovain, Taylor has been a donor since 1992 and, in that time, his gifts plus proceeds from the car raffle now total more than $1 million.
Inspired by Taylor’s generous gift during the Scholarship Fund’s Annual Fall Fund Drive, the nonprofit organization has set the goal to award $1 million in scholarships to TC graduates next year. Contributions may be made at www.AlexScholarshipFund.org. All gifts are applied directly to college scholarships for students with financial need.
For more information, contact Lovain at email@example.com or the Scholarship Fund office at 703-824-6730, or visit www.AlexScholarshipFund.org.
The Scholarship Fund of Alexandria is a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization providing merit- and need-based scholarships and financial aid advising to Alexandria City Public School students. In 2015, 330 students were awarded $944,000 in scholarships.